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June 6, 2012 By Greg Hill & Associates
It is easiest to think of bail as money one must give to the court in order to leave jail. The money is used as collateral to ensure one appears as ordered in court. If one does not appear, the court keeps the money. The money at issue is usually not deposited with the court. Instead, a bail bond company pledges to pay the full amount if the defendant does not appear.
June 6, 2012 By Sachs Waldman PC
Michigan no-fault insurance is designed to make sure anyone involved in auto accidents in Michigan has their medical needs paid for and any income lost to injuries reimbursed. It doesnít matter who is at fault in the accident or how many vehicles were involved. If youíve been involved in an auto accident, itís important to know what benefits youíre entitled to.
June 6, 2012 By Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC
For various reasons relating to the increase in property tax appeals in recent years, the Michigan Tax Tribunal has found itself in a position where numerous procedural changes are necessary in order that it might keep up with claims. The following article addresses these changes.
June 6, 2012 By Bonnie Stokes Soria, P.C.
With the constant development that occurs in real estate, zoning restrictions are placed on what can be built and how it can be used in a certain area. Commercial developments are a wide reaching issue in a world that is always looking to expand. Real estate in California is sought after by many looking to gain a spot of their own along the golden coast.
June 6, 2012 By Shulman DuBois LLC
If you've been injured, you can send a demand letter to the at-fault driver's insurance company to begin the negotiation process for compensation. This is a basic guide for what to include in the demand letter, although with cases where liability is an issue or there are major injuries, contacting a personal injury attorney to create a demand for you may be more successful.
June 6, 2012 By The Mulder Law Office, P.A.
The question of jurisdiction is a hurdle that must be scaled before the court may consider any other question on review. The petitioner must present to the court a basis for its jurisdiction in law and in fact. Sanctions may be imposed against a petitioner who files a frivolous jurisdictional argument with the court.
June 6, 2012 By Purcell & Amen, L.L.C.
A personís Last Will and Testament may be the most important legal document that he or she ever creates. As such, it should be created after careful contemplation and consideration, while the person is of sound mind, and with the assistance of an experienced estate planning attorney.
June 6, 2012 By John R. Vermillion & Associates, LLC
The lingering effects of the recent economic downturn are still being felt as states continue to struggle with their Medicaid budgets. A new study released in early May from the nonprofit Kaiser Foundation reports that the number of Americans seeking healthcare through the Medicaid program increased dramatically between 2007 and 2009.
June 6, 2012 By Michael Chambers & Co. LLC
Value Added Tax is a tax charged on every taxable supply, by a taxable person, of goods and services within the Republic, other than an exempted supply. It is also charged on goods acquired in Cyprus from other EU countries and on goods imported from outside the EU. VAT is an indirect taxation which is applied by the VAT registered business acting as agent of the VAT authority by adding VAT to the full sale price of the taxable goods and services they provide.
June 6, 2012 By Michael Chambers & Co. LLC
The law on international trusts in Cyprus has undergone considerable changes this month with the enactment of a new law that amends the International Trusts Law. The amendments have been heralded as positioning Cyprus as the most favorable trust jurisdiction in the European Union and its much-anticipated provisions have been received with considerable praise by investors and professional advisors across the island.